Tonight on an all-new Bizarre Foods America, Andrew Zimmern travels to the gastronomic city of Chicago. Andrew stops at EL Ideas, an experimental restaurant that offers imaginative foods, plus makes pit stops at Next restaurant, Joong Boo Market, Rare Tea Cellar and Supreme Lobster & Seafood Company.
Get a complete list of Andrew’s pit stops, including his Chicago accommodations, in our Chicago Travel Guide. Plus, go behind the scenes of tonight’s show with our Chicago’s Cutting Edge slideshow.
Watch a sneak peek from tonight’s episode: Chicago’s Supreme Lobster
Tonight on an all-new Bizarre Foods America, Andrew Zimmern heads to what several like to call the “Cheese State.” Yes. Andrew travels to Wisconsin, where he not only encounters cheese but Emu oil, Southeastern and Siberian-American cuisine, and a run-in with a few cows at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s farm.
Watch a clip from tonight’s episode: Wisconsin’s Dairy Researchers
Plus, go behind the scenes with our Wisconsin Pictures slideshow, and if you’re planning a visit to Wisconsin, don’t miss our Travel Guide from tonight’s episode that lists all of the places Andrew visits, plus where to stay.
Tonight at 9|8c, Andrew becomes one with the great outdoors, fishing, digging for stinkheads, hunting and more. Catch a sneak peek of tonight’s episode in our Alaska Pictures slideshow.
Plus, watch a clip from tonight’s episode: Andrew joins a local in Sitka, AK, who dives for abalone, sea cucumber and octopus!
At TravelChannel.com we publish hundreds of videos each month, so we asked ourselves: What gets the most play? Is it No Reservations, Ghost Adventures or simply beach videos all day, every day? Well, the results are in!
Check out the top 10 most-watched videos for February 2013.
Watch the No. 10 video: Ohio State Reformatory (Ghost Adventures)
What are our viewers’ top 10 favorite videos for March? We’ll tell you on April 1, 2013!
Tonight at 9|8c on the season finale of Baggage Battles’ Shock & Awe episode, the auction specialists head back to Shreveport, LA. But this time, the bidding action has them going to a barn that’s … well … in the middle of nowhere. The Martins, Billy, Mark and the rest of the auctioneers all go to war bidding on 1 item: a large shed that could contain just about anything! Who will come away with the winning bid? Find out tonight at 9|8c.
Tweet live with the auction specialists tonight at 9 p.m. EST, using #baggagebattles. Follow @LaurenceBBattle, @studioantique, @billysantiques and @MarkMeyerHere. Or, follow the entire cast’s Tweets with our Baggage Battles Twitter list.
Until then, go behind the scenes of tonight’s episode with our Shock & Awe episode slideshow. Plus, get all the details on where the specialists ate and slept while in Shreveport, in our Shreveport Travel Guide.
Last night on Bizarre Foods America, Andrew Zimmern traveled to the Hawkeye State. From the moment he landed, he was elbow-deep in pork! First he visited La Quercia, an Italian-inspired artisanal meat producer. Next, he traveled to Rustik Rooster Farm, where farmers have perfected the art cross-breeding (and then slow-roasting!) some of the most delicious pigs in America. Andrew’s trip to Iowa was one for the books — relive moments from his pork-filled journey, watch episode highlights and see behind-the-scenes photos. Then, be sure to tune in next Monday at 9|8c, when Andrew visits Alaska!
Follow Andrew’s travels with our new Bizarre Foods’ Organ Trail map.
Watch: Andrew visits La Quercia
Tonight on Baggage Battles at 9|8c, the auction specialists head back to Toronto to bid on international freight and, in some cases, antique baggage.
Discover Toronto in our Travel Guide. Plus, get a sneak peek of tonight’s episode in our Daredevils slideshow.
Tonight at 9|8c on Bizarre Foods America, Andrew visits Parallel 17, known for pressing the “outer limits” of the culinary world with its ant larvae beignets (see video below) and silkie black chicken entrée. Venturing outside the city of Denver, Andrew receives several one-on-one lessons in preparing Rocky Mountain oysters, aka bull testicles.
Watch a sneak peek of tonight’s episode.
Plus, go behind the scenes with our Denver slideshow, and get the name of each restaurant, activity and accommodation that Andrew enjoyed while in the Mile High City in our Travel Guide.
Each year, devoted fans of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition wait in anticipation of who will grace the magazine’s cover. Will it be Kate Upton again, or someone else? For us, the excitement goes far beyond the question of who will grace the cover. For 2013, the magazine took its production to 7 continents — and 17 wonders of the world — crisscrossing the globe from Easter Island to Africa. This year’s edition also included the first fashion shoot to take place on the ice-covered terrain of Antarctica. And Travel Channel has the pleasure of airing the 1-hour special Sports Illustrated®: The Making of Swimsuit ’13 – 7 Continents, 17 Wonders, on Sunday, Feb. 17, at 8|7c.
See these beautiful destinations for yourself in our Sports Illustrated 2013 Swimsuit Destinations slideshow. Plus, get the complete listing of hotels and world-renowned resorts that were the stunning backdrops for this year’s unprecedented production, in our SI Swimsuit 2013 Travel Guide.
Andrew Zimmern and his hit show Bizarre Foods America return to Travel Channel tonight. First up, watch a special “Fan Favorite Countdown” of your (the fans!) favorite Bizarre Foods America moments. Then, at 9|8c, stick with Andrew as he visits Washington, DC, to check out the food truck and Ethiopian food scenes, the area’s snakehead fish delicacy, and chef Jose Andres’ newest venture, America Eats Tavern.
Follow Andrew’s North American travels with our new Bizarre Foods’ “Organ” Trail map.
Watch a sneak peek from tonight’s episode: